The police force have issued a list of the top 10 apps that parents should be aware of. They suggest all parents need to know how these apps work and how their child is using them if they are. If your child uses one of these apps be sure to have a chat with them about why they are using it and how.
For your child, being late could be the difference between knowing the vital information asked on an exam paper or improving their work. If your child is routinely late to school they are missing out on their learning and affecting their attendance. If your child is 5 minutes late every day they miss 3 days of school in a year. If they are 30 minutes late every day they miss 19 days of school.
On Thursday 13 December 2018 the Performing and Creative Arts faculty are hosting a Christmas evening which will involve arts and craft stalls, singing, a visit from Santa Claus and a full production of Mrs Doubtfire. It is an evening of entertainment not to be missed! Tickets will be available from the office or staff from the faculty. » Read more
This year we are pleased to be working alongside the school nursing service once again. As well as providing drop in sessions throughout the week, our school nurse Karen is running workshops throughout the term on a range of subjects such as:
We are pleased with how our Year 7 students have settled in with the move to ‘big’ school. They work hard, behave well and look smart.
Last year, parents of Year 7 students said they would have liked a chance to talk to staff sooner in the school year. This year, we are offering that on Wednesday 10 October 2018, 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm.
Wednesday 26 September 2018
3.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Freebrough Academy are passionate about ensuring our students are able to make informed choices about their future career pathways. One of the many ways we are enabling students to do this is through our annual careers information fair for Freebrough Academy students from Y8 upwards and their parent/ guardian on Wednesday 26 September between 3.00 pm and 5.00 pm.
Last year we had fantastic support from parents and carers, who helped our students throughout the year by supporting them at home, encouraging homework completion, attendance at intervention sessions and critically, starting a revision plan early. This year we are looking forward to working with you and your child to ensure that they achieve excellent results.